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Belgrade Serbia Honesty In Beautiful

Belgrade Serbia Honesty In Beautiful

Belgrade was a city neither of us had ever been to before, and we weren’t quite sure what to expect. We were curious to see what the city would look like, and what our impression of the people would be. We were wondering if the remnants from the war that were so present in Sarajevo would […]

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Chill Out & Relax In Budva Montenegro

Budva, our destination in Montenegro, has many nicknames: Balkan’s St Tropez and Montenigrin Miami to name a few of them. It was different from most of the other places we had been during the Europe Train Challenge, both in nature and in experiences. With Budva’s chill vibe and scorching heat, we soon found ourselves falling into the rhythm of […]

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Sarajevo Bosnia – A City Stuck In The Past?

Our visit to Sarajevo was a very unique experience, and while we had these sobering impressions, we also had some really nice experiences there. Bosnia is a beautiful country – full of amazing untouched nature, wild scenery,  with some amazing rivers and cute villages. It’s a part of Europe like no other, and we saw things there […]

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Europe’s Alcohol Addiction – Tasty Drinks You Must Try

While traveling around Europe we were amazed by how every country had such a strong alcoholic culture and traditions. Every country had their own locally brewed beers, and many had their own beloved types of alcohol and spirits typical for their region. There are ”beer belts”, ”wine belts” and ”vodka belts”, dividing Europe into sections of […]

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Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb, Croatia: Traditions, Culture and Kissing

Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, is a place which is definitely worth a visit for a day or two. Its cute streets, quirky traditions and lovely restaurants make it a perfect city to get lost in for a day, before continuing to the coastline and those famous beaches. In Zagreb more than anywhere else on this […]

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Bled Slovenia

Bled Slovenia Enchanting Mystical Place

Bled Slovenia Turquoise Lake was outstanding. The place looked as though it was taken from a child’s fantasy: The small turquoise lake with a tiny island and a church on top with a mysterious “wishing bell”, the castle perched on top of a steep mountain, alps and green forest surrounding the villages – 100% fairytale […]

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Belgian waffles

5 European Cities To Visit If You Love Food!

Food is a big part of travel – it’s a great way of understanding the culture, people and their traditions. These places below are worth visiting for more reasons than just the food, BUT what makes them different is that food alone is a good enough reason to visit – enjoy! Thessaloniki, Greece Thessaloniki is known […]

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Adriatic Coast Best Way To See Island Hopping In Croatia

After the short stay at a apartment in Manchester we set off for the 3 hour flight with Jet2. We had finally arrived in Dubrovnik, Croatia– and we lost two hours via the pesky time difference. We were pretty tired (it was midnight, after all!), so all the boyfriend and I managed to do when we got to […]

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Bled Slovenia: Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

We knew little to nothing about Slovenia before starting the Europe Train Challenge. It was like a country which had been left in the shade between Austria and Croatia. But very soon all of that changed, and we went from not knowing anything about it to absolutely adoring it! Bled, the small town we went […]

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Venice On A Budget

How To Visit Venice On A Budget

Venice is often referred to as “the sinking city” – a statement which is true, but there is also no major rush to visit before it’s too late, Venice has been sinking for the last 1,000 years. However, at the time they built the city, there was no such thing as global warming or tourists, […]

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